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Xiuxiu Sun, Elizabeth Baldwin, Chris Ference, Jan Narciso, Anne Plotto, Mark Ritenour, Ken Harrison, Dave Gangemi, and Jinhe Bai

the dosage of 60 mg·L −1 completely inhibited the growth of Xcc ( Table 1 ). ClO 2 has broad antimicrobial efficiency against many pathogenic and spoilage microorganisms, such as E. coli O157:H7, Salmonella sp., Penicillium expansum , and

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Ruixiang Yan, Joshua B. Gurtler, James P. Mattheis, and Xuetong Fan

. Ross, C. 2014 UV-C light inactivation kinetics of Penicillium expansum on pear surfaces: Influence on physicochemical and sensory quality during storage Postharvest Biol. Technol. 87 27 32 10.1016/j.postharvbio.2013.08.005 Taylor, K.C. Rushing, J

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Chunyu Zhang, Xuesen Chen, Hongwei Song, Yinghai Liang, Chenhui Zhao, and Honglian Li

.S. 2011 Identification of wild apple germplasm ( Malus spp.) accessions with resistance to the postharvest decay pathogens Penicillium expansum and Colletotrichum acutatum Plant Breed. 130 481 486 10.1111/j.1439-0523.2011.01849.x Kakiuchi, N. Noriguchi

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İbrahim Kahramanoğlu and Chunpeng Wan

exogenous sodium bicarbonate on development and pathogenicity of postharvest disease Penicillium expansum Scientia Hort. 187 108 114 Lal, R. 2005 Climate change, soil carbon dynamics, and global food security, p. 113–143. In: R. Lal, N. Uphoff, B.A. Stewart

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Yanrong Lv, Ibrahim I. Tahir, and Marie E. Olsson

, Y. Tahir, I.I. Olsson, M.E. 2015a Factors affecting the concentration of the ursolic and oleanolic acid in apple peel: Influence of cultivars, sun-exposure, storage conditions, bruising and Penicillium expansum infection J. Sci. Food Agr. 96 2161

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Eric A. Curry

.C.M. Aragão, G.M.F. Churey, J.J. Worobo, R.W. 2008 Efficacy of sanitizing treatments against Penicillium expansum inoculated on six varieties of apples J. Food Prot. 71 643 647 10.4315/0362-028X-71.3.643 Showalter, R.K. 1979 Postharvest water intake by

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Paul Randall, Peter Sholberg, Gary Judd, and Joan Cossentine

, L.B.J. Bedford, K.E. Shephard, T.C. 2004 Fumigation of empty fruit bins with carbon dioxide to control diapausing codling moth larvae and Penicillium expansum Link. Ex Thom spores HortScience 39 429 432 De Waal, J.Y. Malan, A.P. Levings, J. Addison

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Zhibin Fan, Kai Zhang, Fengyun Wang, Xiaodan Zhao, Ruiqin Bai, and Boling Liu

. Biotechnol. 88 437 449 Wang, Y.S. Tian, S.P. Xu, Y. Qin, G.Z. Yao, H.J. 2004b Changes in the activities of pro- and anti-oxidant enzymes in peach fruit inoculated with Cryptococcus laurentii or Penicillium expansum at 0 or 20 °C Postharvest Biol. Technol

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Hui-juan Zhou, Xia-nan Zhang, Ming-shen Su, Ji-hong Du, Xiong-wei Li, and Zheng-wen Ye

, K. Sablani, S.S. Dugan, F. Rasco, B. Killinger, K. Dhingra, A. Ross, C. 2014 UV-C light inactivation kinetics of Penicillium expansum on pear surfaces: Influence on physicochemical and sensory quality during storage Postharvest Biol. Technol. 87 27

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Brianna L. Ewing and Barbara A. Rasco

,” are also associated with higher levels of patulin, a mycotoxin produced by Penicillium expansum and other molds that can be detrimental to human health ( Jackson et al., 2003 ). Table 1. Foodborne pathogens potentially present in apple juice and